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state. >> my sister lives in oklahoma. and, you know, it is so shocking that james inhofe, the foremost climate denying senator is from the state that is so deeply climate effected. there was something, actually, i was-- last year i covered the heartland conference, which is the annual confab for all the climate deniers. and james inhofe was supposed to be the keynote speaker. and the first morning of the conference, there was lots of buzz. he's the rock star among the climate deniers. inhofe is coming, he's opening up this conference, right? and the first morning the main conference organizer stands up at breakfast and lets loose the bad news that james inhofe has called in sick and he can't make it. and it turns out that he had gone swimming in a lake filled with blue-green algae, which is actually a climate-related issue. when lakes get too warm, this blue-green algae spreads. and he had gone swimming. and he had gotten sick from the blue-green algae. so he actually arguably had a climate- related illness and couldn't come to the climate change conference. but even though he was sick
and the economic impact. oklahoma republican james inhof says the second straight legal deadline the white house missed. it missed hit the week. friday we take a special look at the coal industry. what it's up against. what is on the line in this election. fair and balanced look friday. on the coal industry. brace yourself for the possibility of another healthcare fight at the u.s. supreme court. believe it or not. the justice department is agreeing with liberty university that last summer's decision did not address several related issues. it says it does not oppose the school's request for a rehearing. if the supreme court grants the university's rehearing request, the case will first have to be heard at the fourth circuit court. >>> we are approaching the final weekend and several of the battleground states are still in play, of course. that's why they are battlegrounds. we will talk to experts from three of the battleground states when we come back. [ male announcer ] red lobster's hitting the streets to tell real people about our new 15 under $15 menu. oh my goodness! oh my gosh, this looks
, barbara boxer or james inhofe as the head of the environment committee, right, debating over polar bears and igloos in the washington mall. god bless them both. the ocean has already surged into new york and the city is going to have to decide something now. they say it would cost $5 billion per barrier to protect new york city from the seas in one of these high-tech surge barriers out at the sea. $5 billion. when is possible is being redefined by what is happening. well. [ thunder crashes ] [ female announcer ] some people like to pretend a flood could never happen to them. and that their homeowners insurance protects them. [ thunder crashes ] it doesn't. stop pretending. only flood insurance covers floods. ♪ visit floodsmart.gov/pretend to learn your risk. >>> we hope that you will watch right here at 8:00 p.m. on the nbc family network. it is going to be great. at 9:00 tomorrow we will have a fresh episode of the rachel maddow show. û >>> i made my mistakes i know when you crawl in the dirt and make change it is hard. he has done it. >> that was at 10:15 this morning. president cli
like james inhof of oklahoma see a president epa determined to shut the coal industry down. >> the evidence of that is the utilities are ending the contract as a result of the uncertainty. the president can say all he wants about clean coal technology. but he is one personally responsible for killing coal. specifically the utility max. maximum achievable control technology. >> just last week, inhof sent a letter to the president blasting the administration for missing a wednesday deadline. failing to comply with the law requiring the release of the regulatory agenda every six months. inhof says the president is hiding that agenda because of the election. >> he is intentionally delaying reports, that the law requires until after the election. >> the epa did not respond to the repeated request for comment on the charges, neither did the white house. the obama campaign also declined our offer. for to us include a spokesman on this issue. coal or energy in general. >> one obama campaign ad running in coal country goes after a romney ad, and the coal miners at an event. >> it tu
. at the national level the debate over climate change comes down to, like, barbara boxer or james inhofe as the head of the environment committee, right, debating over polar bears and igloos in the washington mall. god bless them both. the ocean has already surged into new york and the city is going to have to decide something now. they say it would cost $5 billion per barrier to protect new york when is possible is being redefined by what is happening. well. it gives us 5x the rewards on our internet, phone charges and cable, plus at office supply stores. rewards we put right back into our business. this is the only thing we've ever wanted to do and ink helps us do it. make your mark with ink from chase. [ male announcer ] jill and her mouth have lived a great life. but she has some dental issues she's not happy about. so i introduced jill to crest pro-health for life. selected for people over 50. pro-health for life is a toothpaste that defends against tender, inflamed gums, sensitivity and weak enamel. conditions people over 50 experience. crest pro-health for life. so jill can keep l
republicans and democrats in the u.s. house of representatives and the senate. all james inhofe, one of the top republicans said i didn't hear anything. they did not tell mitt romney. his person thinks it's fishy. they said they they wanted to he it privately so not to escalate tensions with iran. so they dealt with it. they complained through diplomatic sources. >> alisyn: here is how the white house explains why the american public was not told about what is considered an act of war before the election. >> muzzle this incident because it's before the election. if the white house give you any guidance in terms of whether to release the information? >> i think i've said this at least two, three, four, five times now. we don't typically comment on surveillance missions and i'm not going to get into discussions at the topside level that occurred between them and the white house. they were informed early on. >> steve: that's pentagon talk. clearly it was political. shear michelle malkin. >> par fort course for the most transparent administration ever. thursday, november 1, 4:50 in the m
,000 petitions that demand congress quote, rein in a rogue agency. senator james inhofe, the top republican on the senate environment committee. he is accepting petitions at an event about to get underway on capitol hill in about an hour. he charged the obama minute strikes slowed and delayed numerous epa regulations to help president's campaign to greenhouse gas regulations and water and oh soin standards. critics say look out for new rules that drive up gasoline prices. it attacks the administration climate change efforts charging that global warming is quote, a hoax. the petition concludes, quote, therefore i call for deep cuts in the size, power and cost of the epa. jenna? jenna: we're watching that press briefing get set up. soon to be underway, peter there on capitol hill. those are a lot of criticisms this group has of the white house. what does the white house have to say? >> reporter: well, no immediate response from the white house. when i asked for a comment, but it has said in the past that the administration seeks to balance economic and environmental considerations when decidi
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